The Washington Times - August 30, 2007, 08:03PM
Ralph Friedgen

\ “You guys are like third grade teachers,” Friedgen said. “I’m surprised you don’t have a seating chart.”\

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\ Don’t worry, I’m working on it. Anything to make sure all the boys are getting their exercise.\

\ There were a few quick hits today from practice, more than for a typical Thursday. To wit:\

\ * Obi Egekeze drilled a 51-yard field goal during the two-minute drill today. “I didn’t think he could kick it that far but he did,” Friedgen said.\

\ * Isaiah Williams has moved ahead of LaQuan Williams at Z receiver, with Friedgen pointing out LaQuan has struggled to catch balls and is probably a bit jittery as his first game approaches Saturday against Villanova. Both should play against the Wildcats.\

\ * Jack Griffin will probably start over Dane Randolph at right tackle, though Randolph should play a fair amount. Ralph also said Phil Costa should play plenty, and my guess is that would be a left guard (where Costa was pushing Jaimie Thomas during camp).\

\ * Friedgen said redshirt freshman Adrian Moten would likely start at middle linebacker after moving over there as a stopgap last week. Looks like Dave Philistin (hamstring) and Chase Bullock (ankle) might have been Wally Pipped. Philistin is back, but Friedgen said Bullock might not play since he is about 85 percent.\

\ — Patrick Stevens